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ETA Names Kevin Shamoun of Fortis as Vice Chair of their AI Committee  

By Fortis |

The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) has named Kevin Shamoun of Fortis as the Vice Chair of their Artificial Intelligence (AI) Committee.

With almost two decades of experience working with Independent Service organizations (ISOs) and financial institutions, Kevin offers extensive experience in the payments industry. He has been responsible for designing, deploying, maintaining, and securing critical systems for multiple organizations.

Kevin is no stranger to leadership roles, as he founded the payment gateway Zeamster in 2019 and already serves as ETA’s Chair of the Technology Committee. His current role at the ETA has allowed him to develop resources for merchants and other ETA members to leverage emerging payment trends. 

As a leading member of the ETA’s AI Committee, Kevin will lend his operational and technical knowledge to explore how the industry can use AI to improve payment efficiency and security. He will work together with Russell Moore, Director of Corporate Strategy & Development, Global Payments, and Donald Riddick, Chief Legal Officer, Featurespace, to better define AI and its use cases with the payment industry.

About ETA 

The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the world’s leading advocacy and trade association for the payments industry. Members span the breadth of significant payments and fintech companies, from the largest incumbent players to the emerging disruptors in the U.S. and in more than a dozen countries around the world. ETA members make commerce possible by processing approximately $44 trillion annually in purchases and P2P payments worldwide and deploying payments innovation to merchants and consumers.